Marissa Perlmutter is a transactional associate at the firm, who concentrates her practice on real estate financing. She represents lenders in a broad range of multifamily housing loan originations and servicing matters, including loan portfolio transactions. Marissa has experience working with conventional loans and tax-exempt financial products. She also worked as a law clerk in the firm’s real estate practice during the summer and fall of 2014, drafting real estate transaction documents.
Prior to rejoining the firm, Marissa worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers as a senior associate for the Financial Services Risk and Regulatory practice, where she advised financial institutions on compliance issues and drafted policies, procedures, and other related documentation. Before attending law school, Marissa worked at Freddie Mac in the Enterprise Risk Management Division.
Hon. Anthony J. Trenga, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, 2014
Urban Land Institute
"Why Margin Requirements for Proprietary Trading May Be a Better Risk Mitigation Strategy Than the Volcker Rule," The Forum on Law, Economics, and Finance, April 2016
"The Importance of Aligning the United States Post Office Closure Process with Government Procurement Ideals," Public Contract Law Journal, Summer 2016
The George Washington University Law School (J.D. 2016)
Staff Member, Public Contract Law Journal
Staff Member, The Forum on Law, Economics, and Finance
Cornell University (B.S. 2013)
Research Assistant for Prof. Richard Geddes
District of Columbia